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ok my gauge never worked there was no sensor when i got the truck, i just put the sensor in and nothing. is the a way to test it or does anyone have installation instructions its an isspro gauge.

also is there a better place to place the sensor it screwed in to the trans perfect on the driver front part of the trans. i didnt see a place for it anywhere else.

thanks in advance :bowfast:
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check to make sure that it is wired up correctly one wire from the gauge goes to the sender, another to a ignition wire and another to a ground.
That helps ill check it this weekend.
 

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Do you have the part number from the gauge? It should be printed on the gauge can (either directly on the housing or on a sticker). We have made many different types of trans temp gauges, this will help in ID'ing it. Otherwise, please post a close-up photo of the gauge.

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Michael Pliska
 

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Do you have the part number from the gauge? It should be printed on the gauge can (either directly on the housing or on a sticker). We have made many different types of trans temp gauges, this will help in ID'ing it. Otherwise, please post a close-up photo of the gauge.

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Michael Pliska


it a ISP-R653
 

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That number comes up as a pyrometer leadwire in our system. Any chance you could snap some quick photos of the gauge front and back?

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That number comes up as a pyrometer leadwire in our system. Any chance you could snap some quick photos of the gauge front and back?

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Michael Pliska
ill get some pics when i pull it out, if i dont figure it out on my own
 

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As far as the placement of your sender that's where it has to go unless you want to drill and braze the oil pan.
 
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